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Healthy Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Cookbook: Quick, Easy and Healthy Instant Pot Meals (Instant pot recipes) by [Cook, Daniel]
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All pressure cooker recipes in this book are pretty simple to prepare and are written in a clear and easy to follow fashion. You won’t have to wonder what to do next, these recipes will guide you every step of the way in order to make the best pressure cooker meals ever. But let these recipes prove themselves.

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Cabbage Tamales

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King Crab

Mediterranean Style Fish

Octopus and Potatoes

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Spanish Garbanzo Bean Soup

Red Lentil and Yellow Split Pea Soup

Fresh Tomato Soup

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Asparagus Spring Risotto

Eggplant & Olive

Kamut, Orange & Arugula Salad

Cumin Spiced Millet Pilaf

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 199 pages
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  • Language: English
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible and plagiarized Jan. 14 2016
By K. Haywood - Published on
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I don't know where to start. This book is a collection of recipes stolen from various blogs. I recognized Michelle Tam's work in a second. Her writing style is distinctive and Daniel Cook didn't even try to disguise it. Most of the recipes in this book aren't even written for the Instant Pot. The first ones in the book are written for a stovetop pressure cooker. That matters because the cooking time is different for digital PCs than stovetop because they operate at a lower PSI and because the instructions for releasing pressure are different. For anyone new to pressure cooking, that makes a difference. When you finally get to a recipe written for a digital PC it's for the Power PC, not the Instant Pot. The instructions for which buttons to press are different. Daniel Cook has no clue. I doubt he even knows how to cook.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Healthy and Delicious Recipes with Pictures Included Jan. 5 2016
By CCole77 - Published on
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I'm the epitome of the busy working Mom. I have 3 kids, I work full time, and I am also a full time college student. Despite my time constraints, I refuse to serve processed or take out type foods to my family. Having a pressure cooker has been amazing. The food comes out unbelievably delicious and takes so little time.

The health benefits from using a pressure cooker are immense. There have been numerous studies done on this topic including all sorts of food categories. Studies prove that more nutrients stay in your food when pressure cooked then they do via any other cooking method. It's important to me that my family eats healthy and at the same time, is able to enjoy delicious food. The only problem I've found with pressure cooking, is that there seems to be a lack of readily available healthy recipes.

This book was downloaded instantly to my computer and I put it to use the first day. The recipes in the book are easy to follow and includes pictures of the finished product. I find this important as there are times when seeing the visual makes all the difference in the world between something sounding so-so and something you can't resist.

I've tried 3 recipes thus far and all have come out delectable. The seller also includes links for other free books within the book including one for smoothies. I'm very happy with this purchase and will look for more from this author. I did receive this product for free or discounted in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. I do take these reviews very seriously and express my opinions truthfully.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Only for the beginning cook. Nothing special. April 9 2016
By mboirsbeek - Published on
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This pressure cooker cookbook is good for a beginning cook who has little or no experience of cooking with a pressure cooker. A lot of the recipes in this pressure cooker cookbook are very basic. It kind of looks like the recipe booklet that came with my pressure cooker. You only have to look at the Crispy Potato recipe to see what I mean. This cookbook also does not tell you which kind of pressure cookbook they use. I have an electric and a pressure cooker that goes on the stove and neither one has the features this author talks about in this healthy instant pot pressure cooker cookbook. The author did put quit a lot of recipes in this healthy instant pot pressure cooker cookbook but a lot off them seem to be very similar he just seem to have changed some of the spices. You can see that when you compare his recipes for ribs. There is very little difference between all those recipes. this book also comes with a free book but there are strings attached. You will have to sign up for the authors newsletter and then you can get the free book. I personally hate it when a seller promises something for free but then you need to sign up first with your email address. So after the download of the free e-book, I will cancel out of the newsletter because I already get enough junk emails. So in short my opinion is that if you are an experienced cook do not bother with this healthy instant pot pressure cooker cookbook. If you are a beginner this book will give you some ideas although most of these recipes are probably in the recipe book that comes with your pressure cooker. I would not recommend this cookbook to my friends or family since most of them have already cooked with a pressure cooker. I received this book in the kindle version for a discount/ free for my honest/ unbiased opinion.
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful book on the pleasures of eating healthy via pot cookers. Jan. 6 2016
By YouTubeChannel: iProDan - Published on
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Really useful and insightful book. Super happy that a lot of recipes are for flavorful foods, even spicy foods. Book has so many different dinners to try out, it's crazy. If you're into instant pot cooking, then you can't go wrong with this item. The book lay out is super easy. Ingredients. Photos of the meal. Then a brief 'to the point' instructions on how to cook (which is almost always easy). Just take a look at the book sample and you'll see the crazy amount of different dinners it covers. Highly recommend. I did receive this book for free in exchange for a fair and honest review.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good recipes; poor organization April 4 2016
By smtwny - Published on
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I have now prepared several recipes from the Healthy Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Cookbook and have found it to have many delicious recipes.

The pros of this book -
- There is a fair variety of pressure cooker recipes with the vast majority being meat based - from soups to stew to main dishes; even if you are a vegetarian there are a number of dishes you may find interesting
- Some of the recipes are quite unique including: porcini and tomato beef short ribs; kamut, orange and arugula salad and octopus and potatoes
- There are many old stand-bys as well including: mexican beef; roast chickenchilis and curries
- The vast majority of recipes have simple easy to source ingredients at most supermarkets
- The directions are clear and easy to understand
- Each recipe is accompanied by a corresponding picture

The biggest flaw **

This book has zip, zero, nil organization. I can think of a hundred ways to organize this - by dinner course, by protein, by cook times, domestic vs. international etc. I have no idea why the publisher would allow it to be published in such a random order. There are no page numbers and no index so you must literally flip through the book to find what you would like to make. This may be enjoyable for party planning but not to a busy mom who wants to use what is in the house to make a quick and healthy dinner.

Also, I suppose that most people purchasing this text would be well aware of how and why pressure cooking can be healthy but the introduction is really lacking. If you are trying to encourage someone in this way of cooking you need to provide some simple explanations as to why it can help someone maintain a busy, yet healthy lifestyle.

Still, everything I have tried from this recipe book has been enjoyed and so it gets a well deserved four stars.

I received this book at a discount in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.